CGS Required Courses

Boston-London Program

Freshman Year

Sophomore Year

Semester I
Semester II (London)
Semester I
Semester II
Social Sciences

SS 104 is required and is taken during the London semester. Students select at least two additional SS courses and will work with their academic advisor to determine course selection.

SS 103:

Politics, Economies, and Social Change in the West: The Ancient World Through the Enlightenment

SS 104:

Politics, Economies, and Social Change in the West: The Industrial Revolution to the Digital Revolution

SS 201:

Social Change and Modernization in the Non-Western World: Russia and China

SS 202:

America’s Response to Aggression and Revolution: U.S. Foreign Policy Since the 1930s

Humanities

HU 104 is required and is taken during the London semester. Students select at least two additional HU courses and will work with their academic advisor to determine course selection.

HU 103:

The Ancient World Through the Enlightenment

HU 104:

The Industrial Revolution to the Digital Revolution

HU 201:

History of Western Ethical Philosophy: Plato to Nietzsche

HU 202:

History of 20th C. Ethical Philosophy and Applied Ethics

Rhetoric

RH 103 and RH 104 are required. RH 104 is taken during the London semester.

RH 103:

Rhetorical Practices From the Ancient World to Enlightenment

RH 104:

Rhetorical Practices From the Industrial Revolution Through the Digital Revolution

Elective toward your major Elective toward your major
Natural Science

NS 201 and NS 202 are required.

Elective toward your major The London semester is comprised of three CGS courses only NS 201:

Biology I

NS 202:

Human and Global Ecology